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Please try again, the name must be unique Only letters and numbers accepted. Loading comments Please try again, the name must be unique. Pretty genned up on tanks are you not? They arrived in Tunisia in the first week of February to fierce fighting along a mile front from El Aroussa in the south to Beja in the north.
But as March ran into April and under constant bombardment, Douglas became increasingly frustrated. Day after day he risked his life, witnessing first-hand the destruction the Tigers wreaked, yet he only had near misses. One Tiger was blown up by the Royal Engineers.
He woke early, his tent rocked by the sound of heavy gunfire. With , enemy troops bottled up in north-east Tunisia, the Allies had been just a day away from forcing the enemy to surrender or sweep them into the sea. But the Germans had got wind of the plans and launched a surprise attack. Douglas knew it was his big chance. This could be our lucky day, the chance to nab one at last.
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The hatch was open and a soldier was examining the gun. He shouted to Bill to get alongside the Tiger and climbed on to the roof. As he swayed, trying to maintain his balance, one of the German crew emerged with an MP 40 machine gun. Sam had opened fire on him. Doug offered a salute but Churchill waved it away. But you must not talk about this mission until I give you the word. Then Douglas set about transporting the Tiger back to Britain.
For the first time, the focus was on the concentrated use of tanks and mobile infantry. The model kits from Revell offer an insight into this historically multifaceted era. In four different scales, collections can be expanded to include military and civilian vehicles true to the original. But also on its own each detailed kit offers an impressive sight and many hours of building and painting fun. The different scales allow historically authentic model building in different orders of magnitude. Depending on the hobbyist's interest, extensive tank battles can be represented in or scale.
The aim can also be to depict a certain combat unit such as the infamous 7th Panzer Division or the Africa Corps completely and historically correct. Especially the large offer of German tanks facilitates such a project. If individual scenes or special details are to be focused, the scale is suitable. The size and impressive level of detail of the miniatures allow the technical history of individual armoured vehicles to be told. This size is also convincing for exhibits. With an average of over individual parts, the high level of detail is guaranteed. From the hull to the chains, climbing struts and towing hooks to the hatch of the turret: every part of the tank is accurately modelled on its historical counterpart.
Even the commander's cufflinks can be highlighted. Their construction and silhouette determined the appearance of later tanks and come closest to what today's battle tanks look like.